4527 S. Indiana
*Gladys Holcomb died in 2003. She served her soul food to the south side for 52 years.
" WHEREAS, Gladys' Luncheonette became one of the most
popular "soul food" restaurants in the Midwest, known for
its delicious fried chicken, smothered chicken, smothered pork
chops, peach cobbler, "melt-in-your-mouth" biscuits,
and other down home, southern delicacies; many famous people were
known to dine at the Luncheonette including Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr., Lou Rawls, Redd Foxx, Governor Jim Thompson, Della Reese,
Reverend Jesse Jackson, Gladys Knight, and a host of others..."